Earthy and aromatic, this organic eucalyptus from Brezzo is like an autumn walk in the woods. Harvested in July in Sardinia, it’s less purely sweet than other honeys, with notes of toffee and licorice. The eucalyptus trees from which the bees forage are certified organic, meaning there’s nothing to interfere with the wondrous natural process of pollen-gathering that creates this honey. It’s then minimally processed to deliver nothing but pure honey flavor, with no artificial intervention or additives.
While we may think of honey as one basic flavor, monofloral honeys like this one from Brezzo showcase a wide spectrum of flavors, each as unique as the flower it comes from. Honeys can range in color, texture, and flavor, from pale yellow, delicate, and floral to dark, toasty, and even spicy—all in addition to sweet, of course!
For more than 50 years, the bee experts at Brezzo have dedicated themselves not only to delicious honey products, but to being good stewards of their land and its history. Based in Roero, in the northern Italian region of Piedmont, the third-generation members of the Brezzo family continue their grandfather’s legacy of care for the scenic beauty of the northern Piedmont hillside. Brezzo is one of the first companies in Italy to practice nomadism, gently moving their beehives from place to place in search of the best flowers and pollen to craft delicious honeys with a true sense of terroir. Today, they produce a wide range of monofloral honeys, sweets, fruit preserves, and other garden products with the same artisan care they’ve practiced for decades.